Guardian Reveals Source For NSA Surveillance Stories

By: Scott Neuman | NPR

The Guardian newspaper has identified the source for a series of reports it’s published in recent days on secret U.S. surveillance activity as a former technical assistant for the CIA who now works for a private-sector defense and technology consulting firm.

The U.K. newspaper broke the story of the NSA’s acquisition of phone metadata and monitoring of Internet data through a program called PRISM. On Sunday, The Guardian revealed Edward Snowden, who now works for Booz Allen Hamilton , is the source of the classified leaks.

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